Thank you very much Lien! I’ve corrected a few typos, enabling me and other learners to unlearn duly entering “morever”, “posess”, “width, breath” every time, and from now enter the correct “moreover”, “possess”, “width, breadth” … upshot: nobody is perfect, there should be a way even for non-editors to flag mistakes for the author of the course to rectify?!
I have also now added the missing words to Level 20 (hopefully correctly!) and removed the label “LEVEL NOT COMPLETE” from the heading.
You had advised me earlier to ignore the words that had missing entries in order to be able to progress, and this worked for the time being. In order to now “un-ignore” these words that now have their meanings added, I went to the level and clicked the “ignore” cogwheel. I’ve seen other statements on this forum requesting that it should be possible to select “ignored” also on the main course page and get to all words (across all levels) that were ignored.
And two more questions (for now) please: how can I set the definitions to be permutable? It’s a bit pointless having to learn sometimes numerous definitions (e.g. ‹בְּ› meaning “in, with, by, among, through, as” or ‹גַּם› meaning “also, even, moreover, yea, although”) all in the right order; and annoying to get a “wrong” red x when entering all the correct meanings, maybe just forgetting one, or swapping two! Do I have to use alternative meanings with _ in front for every word individually to accomplish this, or is there a cleverer way?
Also, can the “to” (indicating verb) and “a” (indicating an indefinite noun) be made optional (i.e. answer is correct if entered and also correct if not entered)? I’m studying two Hebrew courses (one Biblical, one modern), and one has פַּר as “bull” and the other as “a bull”, and if I get mixed up I get wrong answers, and more chagrin! Again I gather that this can be done via the “Alts” on a per-word basis, but it would be great if there was a trick to do it generally (globally).
Thanks again for your help so far!